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Leaving the Patuxent River

As we pulled away from the Solomons area to make our way to Reedville, VA, it was overcast and a little foggy. We carefully made our way back out into the Patuxent River and under the bridge as we …

Patuxent River bridge

As we pulled away from the Solomons area to make our way to Reedville, VA, it was overcast and a little foggy. We carefully made our way back out into the Patuxent River and under the bridge as we …

Radio waves in Tron city Meydan bridge is such an awesome location.  Futuristic silhouette of a Tron like location together with the fact that its empty for most of the time makes it pleasure to shoot.  We had fun creating those light trails right at the end of the shoot.

Meydan bridge is such an awesome location. Futuristic silhouette of a Tron like location together with the fact that its empty for most of the time makes it pleasure to shoot. We had fun creating those light trails right at the end of the shoot.

NSA Able to Target Off-Line Computers Using Radio Waves - Edward ‪#‎Snowden‬ has released documents showing the locations of around 100,000 implanted computers around the globe, and last month Der Spiegel published details of the ‪#‎NSA‬ ANT product data.

NSA able to target offline computers using radio-waves for surveillance, cyber-attacks

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it...

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it.

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it enemy fortification, tanks, troops, buildings, bridges and other obstacles. Radio-controlled by radio waves or a wire connection, it could strike from a distance of 600 to 1,000 metres. Would be a frightening sight as it rumbled towards you with its deadly payload!

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it.

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it enemy fortification, tanks, troops, buildings, bridges and other obstacles. Radio-controlled by radio waves or a wire connection, it could strike from a distance of 600 to 1,000 metres.

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it.

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it enemy fortification, tanks, troops, buildings, bridges and other obstacles. Radio-controlled by radio waves or a wire connection, it could strike from a distance of 600 to 1,000 metres.

The Goliath –a remote-controlled tracked mine– in action. The operator manoeuvred the Goliath using a joystick and could detonate a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, be it.

It’s a good thing they don’t speak English. Or Italian. Or German. Or French. Or Arabic. Or Spanish. Or Hindi. Or Japanese. Or Mandarin. Or Portuguese. Or Russian. Or Javanese. Or Korean. Or Persian. Or Bengali. They’re fluent in all the other languages though.

even though you and i may not be on the quite same exact frequency levels. i energetically feel a light. a bridged connection. transmitting to me from somewhere elsewhere.

Because radio waves travel at the speed of light, which is faster than the speed of sound, in theory you should be able to hear Big Ben’s chiming on an FM radio BEFORE you do if you’re standing directly below the clock tower. But is this true? We went to Westminster Bridge to find out. To hear for yourself, it’s best to watch this video using a pair of stereo headphones.

Can you hear Big Ben chime on an FM radio before you hear it in real life?

Two men employed by the Marconi Company worked in this small windowless room near the bridge. Their main job was to receive and send messages by radio waves ...

Two men employed by the Marconi Company worked in this small windowless room near the bridge. Their main job was to receive and send messages by radio waves .

When I was a kid we made our own cassettes...mainly off of the radio. Remember sitting by with my hands ready hoping that I could catch my favourite song.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. L)

The Lost Art of Cassette Design by Steve. I remember spending hours hitting "play+record" making mix tapes & drawing the sleeves during the tracks. A well planned & decorated tape was always gratefully received by your mates.

Pendulums have been used for centuries to find things - water, gold, oil - treasures of all kinds including answers! Through the ages, people have used the pendulum to guide them toward correct answers to their important questions. It is one of the oldest, and one of the simplest methods of obtaining information intuitively. Just as radios pick up information form unseen radio waves, the pendulum is a powerful antenna that sends and receives vibrational information from energy waves emitted…

Tribal Amulet with Smoky Inclusion Quartz by SilviasCreations

Oyster boats on the Patuxent

As we pulled away from the Solomons area to make our way to Reedville, VA, it was overcast and a little foggy. We carefully made our way back out into the Patuxent River and under the bridge as we …

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